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Slide & OTS Winter Sustainability Breakfast LaunchedSlide & OTS Winter Sustainability Breakfast Launched

Slide & OTS Winter Sustainability Breakfast Launched

December 2021

Following the success of the first ‘Sustainability Breakfast’ hosted earlier in the year at OTS, the organisers of Slide & OTS Winter are pleased to announce a similar event to take place at the show on Wednesday 19th January 2022 in the Telford International Centre.

Kindly sponsored and supported by Rab & Lowe Alpine, the theme will be facing up to the challenges of declining world resources and global climate change recently highlighted at the COP26 conference.

Adam Hall from Protect Our Winters (POW) will provide insights and practical advice into influencing climate policy and Debbie Read, Rab’s Corporate Social Responisbility Manager will offer insights  intobeing a Carbon Neutral Company with personal experience and knowledge gained from Rab’s own journey to Net Zero by 2030. There will be a light buffet breakfast served at 8am and networking opportunities prior to the initial introduction provided by the OIA’s CEO , Andrew Denton with a closing Q&A session before the show opens at 9am.   To register your interest in attending the Sustainability Breakfast on 19th January simply email please note that numbers will be limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Commenting on Rab’s support of the event, Rab’s Marketing Director, Jim Evans said, “We are pleased to lend our support to sponsoring the Sustainability Breakfast at the show and want to share some of our own practical experiences as a company to the wider snowsport and outdoor community.  Climate change is already affecting us all and at Rab we want to explain some of our own sustainability  initiatives in the hope that others may learn from our own experiences.”

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